Knowing whether you have HIV
At first, you may get symptoms similar to the flu:
It is not possible to know if someone has HIV by looking at him/her.
More information or help needed?
Information, activities and support for people with HIV and their environment. You can remain anonymous.
078 15 11 00 (13 h-16 h)
You can talk to a family doctor about almost every intimate issue. If necessary the family doctor can refer you to a specialised health professional. Find a family doctor in your neighbourhood:
Community health centre (wijkgezondheidscentrum)
You can visit a family doctor in a community health centre. Other care professionals such as nurses and social workers also work at community health centres. Care is provided free of charge. Find a community health centre in your neighbourhood:
CAW - Centrum Algemeen Welzijn
Centre for general well-being - Help with all kinds of issues: a difficult relationship, medical, financial, administrative, legal or material problems, family problems,... CAWs also provide assistance to victims of violence and abuse. Find a CAW in your neighbourhood:
Elisa Centrum - UMC Saint-Pierre
Anonymous and free HIV and STI testing
02 535 30 03
Plate-Forme Prévention Sida
Support to people living with HIV and their environment
02 733 72 99
Saint-Luc UCL - ARC
Cliniques universitaires Saint-Luc (Saint-Luc University Hospital) - ARC (AIDS Reference Centre) - HIV testing and medical and psychosocial help for people with HIV and their environment
02 764 19 02
AIDS-STI Charleroi-Mons - Free and anonymous STI and HIV testing
071 92 54 10